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- While the full Senate mulls her confirmation, I’d like to present a roadmap for the Interior. I offer this roadmap as a western landowner, a dyed-in-the-wool public land hunter, a former reporter on Indian country, a climate change believer, and the Hunting and Conservation Editor of Outdoor Life. Here’s what we’d like to see Haaland consider on energy, public lands, grizzlies, and more as she moves closer to becoming our next Secretary of the Interior.
- One of the most frequent rumors is that the ammo shortage is our government’s fault. The claim goes something like this: Civilian ammunition was in short supply anyway, but then contracts for military and law enforcement agencies plucked inventory off retailers’ shelves and out of consumers’ grasp. That’s nonsense, say sources with deep experience in the ammo industry.
- Our Newest National Park Allows Hunting? How Locals Fought for the New River Gorge’s Sporting Traditions, and TourismHunting inside a national park is never allowed, but hunting is permissible inside a national preserve. Credit for this New River Gorge designation victory goes to the West Virginians who worked hard to turn their favorite place into a national park—without compromising the sporting and paddling traditions that make it so special. But how, exactly, do you turn a piece of public land into a national park? And better yet, why would you want one in your backyard?